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21 Days Vietnam Guided Motorbike Tour From Saigon to Hanoi
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My Tho, Vietnam

Vietnam Motorcycle Tour

This tour is one of the best in the collection of motorbike tours in Vietnam. The ride starts from southern Vietnam where you can see the colorful culture of the country by riding through beautiful villages of the hill tribes. You will ride on the historical trail where there are plenty of vestiges and moving stories about Vietnam war, and then ends in the Sapa mountain of Vietnam in which long, Central Vietnam's sunny and sandy beaches are waiting for only you.

Key information

  • Terrain: 20% off-road and 80% asphalt
  • Bike: rental bike (Honda XR 150 cc, Honda CRF 250L)
  • Mileage: 3140 kilometers / 1951 miles
  • Daily rides: 130 - 250 kilometers / 81 - 155 miles
  • Riding gear: included: Helmet, gloves, and bright reflecting jacket
  • Meals: 20 breakfasts, 19 lunches, 14 dinners


  • Use of bike and fuel
  • Starts in Ho Chi Minh City, ends in Hanoi
  • Navigate your bike among traditional, small villages
  • Ride to Pu Luong National Park with high mountains and steep roads
  • Visit Hue, Hoi An, Khe Sanh, Phong Nha, and more
  • Enjoy boat trips, visit a floating market
  • 20 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner


20 riding days
Group size: Maximum of 20 participants
Airport transfer available:
Tan Son Nhat International Airport (US$30 per person)
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You will stay in hotels and homestays throughout the tour.


Day 1: Saigon - Mekong Delta (200 kilometers / 124 miles)

Explore real Vietnam by the motorbike tour. You can choose either to spend more time in the South or in the North depending on the rainy season. What you need for this trip is only a real passion for riding the motorcycle. It is recommended that you book this trip in advance to get the best arrangement.

The tour leader will meet you on the first arrival day in Saigon to sign up the trip contract and for you to check all the equipment before the departure date. You can visit the Cu Chi Tunnel, you can do the gun shooting here (optional).

You'll travel by the small back-roads to the countryside to Mekong Delta. Here you can choose to do a homestay with the local family on Coconut Island or stay overnight at a hotel in My Tho.

  • Meals: lunch, dinner

Day 2: The old Cambodia land (150 kilometers / 93 miles)

To explore this old and hidden historic land, you will do some boat trips in My Tho - Ben Tre; visit the Khmer villages and their old temples, over 1,000 years, in Tra Vinh - Soc Trang; ride on the small roads through the green rice paddies and meet the friendly locals. You can choose to stay overnight at the hotel or do home stay with the locals.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 3: Cambodia border (200 kilometers / 124 miles)

Today, you need to wake up at 6 a.m. to do the boat trip to explore the famous floating market, Cai Rang. Farmers from the region bring their goods, fruits, and vegetables mainly, to the markets and sell them to local dealers. These dealers sell the products to shops in the neighboring towns and to wholesale dealers from the big towns.

All big boats have a pole. Each wholesaler hangs the goods he buys / sells on this pole. This way, people on small boats know where they have to go from a certain distance. In this case, this is a floating vegetable supermarket.

On the floating markets, you do not only find people buying and selling goods. You also find floating restaurants, floating bars, floating gas stations, and many other floating shops. Canals are the easiest and fastest way of transportation here.

The tour continues to travel by the small roads and about 50 kilometers off-road through the Mekong River to the Cambodia border where you’ll stay overnight at a two-star hotel.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4: The Ho Chi Minh Trail on land (180 kilometers / 112 miles)

You’ll start to travel on some parts of the Ho Chi Minh Trail from this location; the Ho Chi Minh Trail was a network of roads built from North Vietnam to South Vietnam through the neighboring countries of Laos and Cambodia, to provide logistical support to the Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War.

It was a combination of truck routes and paths for foot and bicycle traffic. The trail was actually a 16,000 kilometers (9,940 miles) web of tracks, roads, and waterways. You’ll travel on about 100 kilometers off-roads through the forests and come to stay at a small town on the 500 meters high mountain.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 5: Central Highlands (150 kilometers / 93 miles)

The travel route is along the border between Vietnam and Cambodia, along this road you can visit the National Park with waterfalls where you can stay overnight.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 6: Kon Tum (250 kilometers / 155 miles)

Kon Tum’s relaxed ambiance, river setting, and relatively traffic-free streets make it a worthwhile stop for travelers intent on exploring the surrounding hill-tribe villages, of which there are 700 or so dotting the area – mostly Banhar, but also Sedang and Jarai.

People need to have a special permit to be allowed to visit the local villages or to travel along the border in this region. Today you’ll stay overnight at a 2-star hotel.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 7: Kham Duc (180 kilometers / 112 miles)

Kham Duc is known as an area with many gold mines in Vietnam after the war finished, but during the Vietnam war, it belongs to the Special Force Camps of the U.S army, some of Australian and AVNR were located to control the border between Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia.

To get there, you will travel on the called Ho Chi Minh Road - no original HCM Trails here because they all are in Laos and Cambodia at this region; the ride will go through the deep jungles and the high mountains - 1500 meters with some beautiful scenery and waterfalls along the way.

You will also visit some old battlefields at Dac To Base, Tan Canh Airbase, Charlie Hill, Indochina border. You’ll stay overnight at a two-star hotel.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 8: Hoi An (140 kilometers / 87 miles)

You travel here by the HCM Road, visit the Kotu minority villages, waterfalls, go sightseeing on the way before checking in a two-star hotel in town.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 9: Hoi An

It’s your free day. Maybe you can go to the beach or just relax at the swimming pool of the hotel.

  • Meals: breakfast

Day 10: Hoi An - Hue (130 kilometers / 81 miles)

You travel by the coastal road to the Marble Mountain, Da Nang Bay, Hai Van Pass, Lang Co Beach then arrive in your hotel in the center of Hue. Optional: in the evening, you can book the boat trip or have dinner at the Royal Palace.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch

Day 11: Khe Sanh (180 kilometers / 112 miles)

From Hue, the team will travel by the small road up to the highlands to visit the Hamburger Hill, the Dakrong Bridge, and Khe Sanh Base. You will stay overnight at a two-star hotel here.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 12: Khe Sanh - Phong Nha (130 kilometers / 81 miles)

From Khe Sanh, you will travel to visit the Rock-pile, D.M.Z museum, Hien Luong Bridge, Vinh Moc tunnel and then to Phong Nha where you’ll stay overnight at the hotel.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 13: Phong Nha

Free day. You can do the boat trip to explore the cave and do the short ride to explore the Ke Bang National Park.

  • Meal: breakfast

Day 14: The HCM Road (200 kilometers / 124 miles)

Along this road, you will visit Khe Gat airfield. You will stay overnight in a small village.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 15: The HCM Road (150 kilometers / 93 miles)

This is your easy day on the easy road through the local villages to move up to the north of Vietnam. You’ll stay overnight in a small village without any western tourist.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 16: Mai Chau (150 kilometers / 93 miles)

Mai Chau is nestled between two towering cliffs and surrounded by emerald green paddies, it is an enchanting sight as you approach down the windy cliffside road and the villages and surrounding countryside present an idyllic rural scene that could easily charm you into staying longer than intended.

The villagers in Mai Chau are mostly White Thai, distantly related to tribes in Thailand, Laos, and China. Most no longer wear traditional dress, but the Thai women are masterful weavers producing plenty of traditional-style textiles.

Before you could get here, your team must travel on some the off-roads through the Pu Luong National Park with some very high mountains and very steep roads. You’ll do a homestay with a local family. Optional: you can book a traditional dance show in the evening.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 17: Nghia Lo (250 kilometers / 155 miles)

Nghia Lo is the 2nd largest rice-field valley in the North (the largest is Dien Bien Phu). The area of Nghia Lo is beautiful, with its large rice fields surrounded by high mountains, if you cross the rice fields, you arrive at torrent with hot water springs (old ladies bath in there, so be discreet please!).

Mu Cang Chai is a nice and long pass on the mountain 1,000 meters high – it’s one of the Greatest Roads in Vietnam. There are approximately 30 ethnic groups, the Dao, Thai and Hmong people are the biggest groups of this province. The harvest is from September until the end of October. These yellow rice-fields are recognized as a national scenic site as well as the unique cultural identities of the Hmong ethnic group.

You travel here by the small road along the Da River and stay overnight at a two-star hotel in the center of the local town.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 18: Sapa (180 kilometers / 112 miles)

Sapa is located in Northwest Vietnam, close to the border with China. The Hoang Lien Son range of mountains dominates this area, which is at the eastern extremity of the Himalayas. This range includes Vietnam’s highest mountain, Fansipan, at a height of 3,143 meters above sea level.

The town of Sapa is at an altitude of about 1,500 meters above sea level. The climate is moderate and rainy in summer (May-August), and foggy and cold with occasional snowfalls in winter. The scenery of the Sapa region in large part reflects the relationship between the minority people and nature. This is seen especially in the rice-fields carpeting the rolling lower slopes of the Hoang Lien Mountain.

The impressive physical landscape which underlies this has resulted from the work of the elements over thousands of years, wearing away the underlying rock. You'll travel by the O Quy Ho Road to the Skygate at a height of 2,000 meters above sea level; it’s also one of the greatest roads in Vietnam. Check in at a hotel to stay overnight.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch

Day 19: Sa Pa

The day to explore the area of Sapa, you can choose to do the long trekking through the local villages and then do a homestay with the locals or just the half day trekking and stay overnight at the hotel in town.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch

Day 20: Yen Bai (170 kilometers / 106 miles)

You continue to travel to some Red Dao ethnic minority villages by some off-roads and to Lao Cai, the border with China. From here, you travel down to the Red River and stay overnight at the small town.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 21: Hanoi (150 kilometers / 93 miles)

You’ll travel by the small roads along the Red River to Hanoi. For your safety, your tour leader will help you to travel easier to the center of the city by the quiet roads, arrive at your hotel and finish the trip.

  • Meal: breakfast, lunch

Bikes available for this tour:

Honda XR150L

  • Model: Honda XR150L
  • Year: 2015
  • Category: Enduro / offroad
  • Rating: 60.4 out of 100
  • Displacement: 125.00 cm (7.63 cubic inches)
  • Engine type: Single cylinder, four-stroke
  • Compression: 9.2:1
  • Bore x stroke: 52.4 x 57.8 mm (2.1 x 2.3 inches)
  • Valves per cylinder: 4
  • Fuel system: Carburettor. 20mm piston-valve
  • Fuel control: Overhead Valves (OHV)
  • Gearbox: 5-speed
  • Front suspension: Telescopic fork
  • Front brakes: Single disc. Dual-piston calliper
  • Front brakes diameter: 240 mm (9.4 inches)
  • Rear brakes: Expanding brake (drum brake)
  • Seat: Two-person seat
  • Dry weight: 129.0 kg (284.4 pounds)
  • Seat height: 825 mm (32.5 inches)
  • Overall height: 1,126 mm (44.3 inches)
  • Fuel capacity: 12.00 litres (3.17 gallons)
  • Starter: Electric & kick
  • Carrying capacity: Rear rack

Honda CRF 250L

Being just imported in October 2014, These brand new motorcycles promise to be the perfect ones for most of the road conditions in Vietnam. With experienced riders, this kind of bike is the last but not least condition to have perfect motorcycle touring.


  • Engine Type: 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
  • Bore and stroke : 76.8mm x 53.8mm
  • Induction: Dual-timing programmed fuel injection (PGM-FI), 46mm throttle body
  • Ignition: Full transistor with electronic advance
  • Compression ratio: 13.5:1
  • Valvetrain: Unicam®, four-valve; 30.5mm intake, titanium; 25mm exhaust, steel
  • Transmission: Close-ratio five-speed
  • Final Drive: #520 Chain; 13T/49T
  • Front Suspension: 48mm inverted Showa cartridge fork with 16-position rebound and 16-position compression damping adjustability; 12.2 inches travel
  • Rear suspension: Pro-Link® Showa single shock with spring preload, 17-position rebound damping adjustability, and compression-damping adjustment separated into low-speed (13 positions) and high-speed (3.5 turns); 12.3 inches travel
  • Front brake: Single 240mm disc with twin-piston caliper
  • Rear brake: Single 240mm disc
  • Front tire: Dunlop MX51FA 80/100-21
  • Rear tire: Dunlop MX51 100/90-19
  • Rake: 27° 23′ (Caster Angle)
  • Trail: 118mm (4.6 inches)
  • Wheelbase: 58.6 inches
  • Seat height: 37.4 inches
  • Curb weight: 231 pounds (Includes all standard equipment, required fluids and a full tank of fuel-ready to ride)
  • Fuel capacity: 1.66 gallons
  • Ground clearance: 12.7 inches

The price of this tour includes the use of Honda XR 150 cc. Bike upgrade to Honda CRF 250L incurs an extra cost of 40 USD per day per bike.

Skill level(s) required for this tour: beginner:

  • can ride for 2-3 hours
  • minimal riding experience
  • assistance required
  • comfortable with curves and leans
  • basic experience with unsurfaced roads
  • short distance ascents and descents


This tour will take you to many places in Vietnam. Starting in Ho Chi Minh City, the tour will continue to many areas such as the Mekong Delta, Cambodia border, Central Highlands, and enchanting cities such as Hoi An, Hue, Sapa, and end in Hanoi.

Hoi An

Once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, the seaside town Hoi An is basically a living museum featuring a unique mixture of East and West in the form of its old-town architecture. Among the architectural heritage, stand Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas, wooden shop-houses, French colonial houses and old canals.

Though large-scale trading had long moved elsewhere Hoian has been successful in preserving and restoring its charming roots and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in December 1999. Hoi An riverside is the best place to be at night as the area is lit by quaint and old-fashioned lanterns, making it an atmospheric and beautiful spot.

For those who love sea, sun, and sand, Hoi An offers two lovely beaches five kilometers away from the town center – a sort of holiday within a holiday. Hoi An is known for its great food, fun shopping, skilled tailors, friendly people and cozy atmosphere – all key characteristics that draw people to this picturesque town.

Phong Nha

Phong Nha is noted for its cave and grotto systems as it is composed of 300 caves and grottoes. A 2009 survey brought the total discovered length of the cave system to about 126 kilometers, with many areas still not well explored.

The Son Doong Cave, which was discovered in the 2009 survey by British and Vietnamese explorers, is considered the largest cave in the world. Even before this discovery, Phong Nha held several world cave records, including the longest underground river as well as the largest combined caverns and passageways.

The park derives its name from Phong Nha Cave, containing many fascinating rock formations, and Ke Bang forest. The plateau on which the park is situated is probably one of the finest and most distinctive examples of a complex karst landform in Southeast Asia.

This national park was listed in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in 2003 for its geological values as defined in its criteria viii. In April 2009, the world’s largest cave was discovered by a team of British cave explorers of the British Caving Association led by a local farmer.


Daily breakfast, 19 lunches, and 14 dinners are included in the price.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Use of Honda XR 150 cc
  • All fuel / gasoline
  • Helmets, gloves and bright reflecting jackets
  • English-speaking motorbike tour guide / mechanic
  • Meals on tour (local Vietnamese food): 20 breakfasts, 19 lunches, 14 dinners
  • 6 nights accommodation (standard hotel and homestay)
  • Boat trips on lakes or ferry cruise
  • All entrance tickets / permits to remote areas
  • Hotel pick up / drop off

What's not included

  • Travel insurance
  • Tipping / gratuities
  • Accommodation in Hanoi
  • Support vehicle for the tour (135 USD per day, including tax, fuel, accommodation, meals, driver, parking fee)
  • Airport pick up / drop off at the airport

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN). Airport pick up / drop off at the Hanoi airport is 30 USD per 4-seat car per way and 40 USD per 16-seats van per way.

Airport: Tan Son Nhat International Airport Airport transfer available: Tan Son Nhat International Airport (US$30 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 20% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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